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Re: gmp 4.1 on OpenBSD

From: Kevin Ryde
Subject: Re: gmp 4.1 on OpenBSD
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 11:43:34 +1000
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Christian Weisgerber <address@hidden> writes:
> Yes.  OpenBSD/sparc64 is a pure 64-bit platform.  There is no support
> for native 32-bit executables at all.

Beaut.  In that case abilist="64" will be all that's needed.

You might have seen we (ab)use the cpu part of the config tuple as an
exact cpu type, eg. "ultrasparc3-sun-openbsd".  Will a v9 processor
always be running the sparc64 port, or could it run the 32-bit?

If the latter then we would probably need to ask the compiler the size
of a ulong, to tell which is which.

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